If you are under 65 and have Original Medicare due to a disability, some states require insurers to allow you to enroll in a Supplement plan.
You may not have access to all the plans and will have to wait until you turn 65 to have a full range of options.
Some plans may be offered to applicants under 65, whether required by law or not, but they may charge more for the coverage, impose waiting periods for coverage, or deny coverage for pre-existing conditions because you are not yet 65.
Check with the State Health Insurance Assistance Program where you live to see what options are available to you.
One of our licensed and experienced agents can help you compare Medicare Supplements and figure out what you’re eligible for and when you can enroll.